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YEARBOOK OF SIMMONS COLLEGE
colors of the • Cla
together with ei
EDWARD H. ELDRIDGE
the occasion of -his retirement
from the college he has served
its opening thirty -four years ago
THE CLASS OF 1936
dedicates this volume of MICROCOSM
The Microcosm Staff
ETHEL LOUISE JEWETT
LUCY ELLEN TAYLOR
F. WYLIE SYPHER, Faculty Advisor
Al >M I i\ I STR ATIOi\
BANCROFT BEATLEY, President. A.M., Harvard University, 1916; Ed.D., Harvard
Formerly: Associate Professor of Education, Harvard University.
Societies: Phi Beta Kappa; National Society for the Study of Education; National
Society of College Teachers of Education.
Publication: Achievement in the Junior High School.
HENRY LEFAVOUR, President, Emeritus. A.B., Williams College, 1883; Ph.D.,
Williams College, 1886; LL.D., Williams College, 1902; Tufts College, 1905;
Additional Course, University of Berlin.
Formerly: Instructor in Williston Seminary; Professor and Dean, Williams College;
President of Simmons College, 1902-1933-
Societies: Phi Beta Kappa; Trustee, Williams College; Trustee, Boston State Hospital;
Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences; Fellow, American Association
for the Advancement of Science; Colonial Society of Massachusetts; American
Political Science Association; New England Historic Genealogical Society;
Massachusetts Historical Society; Chairman of Trustees, Women's Educational
and Industrial Union; St. Botolph Club; Union Club; University Club of New
York; University Club of Boston.
JANE LOUISE MESICK, Dean. A.B., Mount Holyoke College, 1909; A.M., Col-
umbia University, 1913; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1921; Litt.D., Mount
Also: Assistant Professor of English and Ethics.
Formerly: Teacher of English, Glendale College, Glendale, Ohio, 1909-1911; Head of
Department of English, The Drum Hill School, N. Y., 1913-1915; Instructor in
English, Wells College, 1917-1919; Instructor in English, Simmons College, 1920-
1923; Assistant Dean and Instructor in English, Simmons College, 1923-1925.
Societies: Phi Beta Kappa; Modern Language Association; National Education Asso-
ciation; American Association of University Women; National Association of
Deans of Women.
Publication: The English Traveller in America Ql785-1835~).
SARAH LOUISE ARNOLD, Dean, Emerita. A.M., Tufts College; Ed.D., Rhode
Island College of Education.
Formerly: Principal of Schools, St. Johnsbury, Vt.; Director of Training School for
Teachers, Saratoga, N. Y.; Supervisor of Primary Schools, Minneapolis, Minn.;
Supervisor of Schools, Boston; Member of Massachusetts State Board of Educa-
tion; Dean of Simmons College, 1902-1920.
Societies: The Mayflower Club; Executive Committee of Women's Education Associa-
tion; American Home Economics Association; American Sociological Association.
Jane Louise Mesick
ROBERT MALCOLM GAY, A.M., Litt.D., Dean of the Graduate Division
DORA BLANCHE SHERBURNE, S.B., Registrar
RICHMOND KNOWLTON BACHELDER, B.B.A., Bursar
MARJORIE BURBANK, A.B., Recorder
GERTRUDE JANE BURNETT, S.B., Assistant to the President
ALICE IVES GILMAN, S.B., Assistant to the Dean
DORIS MARGARETT SUTHERLAND, S.B., Assistant Registrar
MARION TENNY CRAIG, S.B , Assistant to the Director of the School of Library Science
ELVA MARION LAKE, Ph.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Public Health
RUTH GORDON, A.B., S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Secretarial Studies
BEATRICE SPAULDING, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Home Economics
JANICE PRESTON GOLDSMITH, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of Social
DOROTHY SQUIRE, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the School of English
HELEN SPALDING, S.B., Secretary to the Director of the Prince School of Store Service
E. T. BERNICE RIGGS, Assistant to the Bursar
ETHEL MILDRED GUMMER, S.B., Assistant to the Bursar
MABEL EMERSON CARLTON, S.B., Assistant to the Bursar
DOROTHY GERTRUDE GOVE, S.B., Assistant to the Registrar
EVELYN ANNA JUSTIS, S.B., Assistant to the Recorder
MARY ELIZABETH TAYLOR, S.B., Assistant to the Registrar
IRENE MARGARET DONOHUE, Office Secretary, Prince School of Store Service Educa-
MARY CHRISTINE BROWN, Office Assistant, School of Social Work
GERTRUDE CAROL HINES, Assistant in the Deans Office
ESTHER FREEBORN CHACE, S.B., Assistant in the President s Office
MARGARET ALOUISE HART, Office Assistant
ALICE LUCILE HOPKINS, A.B., S.B., Librarian
JENNIE CLIFTON FROST, A.B., S.B., Assistant Librarian
ALMA ESTES BROWNE, S.B., Assistant in charge of the Social Service Library
AMY ESTHER SCHWAMB, A.B., S.B., Cataloguer
DOROTHEA ELIZABETH GUPPY, S.B., Assistant in the Library
DOROTHY ISABELLA BODWELL, S.B., Assistant in the Library
HORTENSIA FARRALL ROBINSON, S.B., M.D., Medical Consultant
LYLE KENNETH BUSH, Publicity Director
HARRIET LOUISE SCHUPP, Manager of the Lunchroom
HELEN MEREDITH BRADSTREET, Manager of the Simmons Co-operative Store
MARGARET DAVIS CHRISTIAN, A.B., Director of Brookline Avenue Dormitories
HELENA McFARLIN, House Superintendent of the Brookline Avenue Dormitories
VIOLET PEARL GRAY, Assistant House Superintendent of the Brookline Avenue Dormi-
EUNICE LORETTA GRANT, R.N., Matron of West House
ISABEL HADFIELD, Matron of North Hall
MARY FRANCES COOPER, S.B., Director of the Francis Street Dormitories
LOUISE RIPLEY BALLOU, Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories
ALICE LOUISE BURNELL, Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories
FLORENCE JEROME CUTTING, Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories
ABBIE DOWNER MUDGETT, Matron of the Brookline Avenue Dormitories
ELLENA NICHOLAS TRAYAN, A.B., R.N., Matron of the Francis Street Dormitories
MARJORIE LOUISE SHEA, S.B., Executive Secretary to the Alumnae Association
Biology and Health
CURTIS MORRISON HILLIARD, Professor of Biology and Public Health. A.B., Dart-
mouth College, 1909.
CAROLINE MAUDE HOLT, Associate Professor of Biology. A.B., Wellesley College,
1903; A.M., Columbia University, 1908; Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1916.
EDITH ARTHUR HECKLER, Assistant Professor of Public Health. S.B., Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, 1902.
SUSIE AUGUSTA WATSON, Assistant Professor of Biology and Nursing. A.B., Mount
Holyoke College, 1901; R.N., Newton Hospital School of Nursing, 1905; S.B.,
Columbia University, 1912.
CATHERINE JONES WITTON (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Biology . A.B., Mount
Holyoke College, 1918; A.M., (Medical Science), Radcliffe College, 1930.
WILLIAM AUGUSTUS HINTON, Lecturer on Wassermann Technique. S.B., Harvard
University, 1905; M.D., Harvard University, 1912.
ISABEL LINSCOTT SARGENT (MRS.), Instructor in Biology. A.B., Wellesley
FLORENE CORA KELLY, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Simmons College, 1926.
FLORENCE LYNDON MEREDITH (MRS.), Lecturer on Hygiene. S.B., M.D., 1916.
OUIDA CROUSE MONTAGUE (MRS.), Special Instructor in Hospital Laboratory
Methods. S.B., Simmons College, 1924.
MARY ISABEL NEWTON, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Connecticut College for
Women, 1926; A.M., Mount Holyoke College, 1929.
PHILIP MORRISON RICHARDSON, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, 1926.
GENEVIEVE YOUNG, Instructor in Biology. S.B., Simmons College, 1931.
MABEL HARRIET CULBERSON, Special Instructor in Biology. S.B., Simmons
KENNETH LAMARTINE MARK, Professor of Chemistry and Director of the School of
General Science. A.B., Harvard University, 1898; A.M., Harvard University, 1900;
Ph.D., Harvard University, 1903-
GORHAM WALLER HARRIS, Associate Professor of Chemistry. A.B., Harvard Uni-
versity, 1907; A.M., Harvard University, 1909; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1915-
FLORENCE CELIA SARGENT (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Chemistry. S.B., Sim-
mons College, 1911.
RAYMOND EL WOOD NEAL, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. S.B., Harvard Uni-
INA MARY GRANARA, Instructor in Chemistry . S.B., Simmons College, 1924.
LUELLA DUDLEY WADSWORTH (MRS.), Instructor in Chemistry. S.B., Simmons
BLENDA CHRISTINA THORMER, Instructor in Chemistry. S.B., Simmons College,
HARRIET ALDEN SOUTHGATE, Instructor in Chemistry. A.B., Radcliffe College,
1924; A.M., Mount Holyoke College, 1927; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State College,
SARA HENRY STITES, Professor of Economics. A.B., Bryn Mawr College, 1899; A.M.,
1S0O; Ph.D., 1904.
MORRIS FRIEDBERG, Assistant Professor of Economics. A.B., Harvard University,
1914; A.M., Harvard University, 1924; Docteur de l'Universite de Paris, 1925-
FELIX IRA SHAFFNER, Instructor in Economics. A.B., Harvard University, 1925;
A.M., Harvard University, 1926; B.Litt., 1928; Ph.D., 1933-
JOHN WILLIAM FLEMING, Instructor in Economics. S.B., Harvard University, 1930;
A.M., Harvard University, 1934.
MORRIS JOSEPH FIELDS, Special Instructor in Economics. S.B., Tufts College,- 1921;
M.B.A., Harvard University, 1923; A.M., Harvard University, 1927; Ph.D.,
Harvard University, 1931-
ROBERT MALCOLM GAY, Professor of English, Director of the School of English, and
Dean of the Graduate Division. A.B., Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, 1900; A.M.,
Columbia University, 1901; Litt.D., Dickinson College, 1912; Litt.D., Middle-
bury College, 1931.
MYRA COFFIN HOLBROOK, Associate Professor of English. A.B., Vassar College,
1894; A.M., Wesleyan University, 1899.
IDA ALICE SLEEPER, Assistant Professor of English. A.M., Radcliffe College, 1904.
JANE GAY DODGE, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1904;
A.M., University of California, 1914.
BARBARA MURRAY HOWE, Assistant Professor of English. Graduate of Oxford
University, England; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1919.
JANE LOUISE MESICK, Assistant Professor of English. A. B., Mount Holyoke College
1909; A.M., Columbia University, 1913; Ph.D., Columbia University, 1921;
Litt.D., Mount Holyoke College, 1930.
ALBAN BERTRAM deMILLE, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., A.M., King's
College; A.M., Harvard University, 1904.
ALICE LOUISE CROCKETT, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Radcliffe College,
1904; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1911
JUDITH MATLACK, Assistant Professor of English. A.B., Smith College, 1920; A.M.,
Boston University, 1926.
FELTUS WYLIE SYPHER, Instructor in English. A.B., Amherst College, 1927; A.M.,
Tufts College, 1929; A.M., Harvard University, 1932.
LYLE KENNETH BUSH, Instructor in English and Art . A.B., University of Washing-
ton, 1922; A.M., Harvard University.
DORIS MARGARETT SUTHERLAND, Special Instructor in Manuscript Preparation.
S.B., Simmons College, 1921
JAMES RHYNE KILLIAN, JR., Special Instructor in Magazine Journalism. S.B.,
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1926.
ROBERT NEWTON LINSCOTT, Special Instructor in Book Publishing.
HARLAND ROGERS RATCLIFFE, Special Instructor in Journalism. S.B., Colbv
RAYMOND FRANCIS BOSWORTH, Instructor in English. S.B., Middlebury College,
1929; Diploma, University of London, 1930; A.M., Middlebury College, 1931.
HARRY MAXWELL VARRELL, Professor of History and Government. A.B., Bowdoin
College, 1897; A.M., Harvard University, 1909; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1912.
GEORGE NYE STEIGER, Associate Professor of History. A.B., Occidental College,
California, 1906; A.M., Harvard University, 1914; Ph.D., Harvard University,
WARREN STENSON TRYON, Assistant Professor of History. A.B., Dartmouth Col-
lege, 1923; A.M., Harvard University, 1924.
WALDO EMERSON PALMER, Instructor in History. A.B., Amherst College, 1921.
ROBERT CARTER RANKIN, Instructor in History. Litt.B., Ohio Wesleyan Uni-
versity, 1911; A.M., Harvard University, 1914; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1933-
ALICE FRANCES BLOOD, Professor of Dietetics and Director of the School of Home
Economics. S.B., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1903; Ph.D., Yale Uni-
ULA MAY DOW, Professor of Hojne Economics, in charge of the Division of Foods. SB.,
Kansas State Agricultural College, 1905; A.M., Columbia University, 1913-
MARGIA HAUGH ABBOTT, Associate Professor of Clothing, in charge of the Division of
Clothing. Ph.B., Chicago University, 1921.
ELIZABETH MAY GOODRICH, Associate Professor of Institutional Management,
QUINDARA OLIVER DODGE (MRS.), Associate Professor of Institutional Manage-
ment and Director of Vocational Practice. S.B., Michigan State College, 1918; S.M.,
Columbia University, 1922.
MARION B GARDNER, Assistant Professor of Design. Graduate of Pratt Institute,
1920; S.B., Boston University, 1931; M.Ed., 1932.
NELLIE MARIA HORD, Assistant Professor of Foods. S.B., Kansas State Agricultural
College, 1921; A.M., University of Chicago, 1927.
ELEANOR SOPHIA DAVIS, Instructor in Clothing. A.B., Wellesley College, 1916;
S.B., Simmons College, 1918; Ed.M., Boston University, 1934.
RUTH LORING WHITE, Special Instructor in Dietetics. S.B., Simmons College, 1919.
S. AGNES DONHAM, Special Instructor in Family Budgets. Boston Normal School of
RUTH MacGREGORY, Instructor in Foods. S.B., Simmons College, 1921.
LUCY ELLIS FISHER, Instructor in Foods. S.B., Simmons College, 1922.
BERTHA SHAPLEY BURKE, Special Instructor in Dietetics. A.B., Vassar College,
1915; A.M., Columbia University, 1917.
CECILIA AGNES McCARTHY, Supervisor of Vocational Practice. S.B., Simmons
College, 1917; M.A., Columbia, 1935-
HARRIET LOUISE SCHUPP, Special Instructor in Institutional Management. S.B.,
Simmons College, 1932.
RUTH MORGAN, Instructor in Home Economics. S.B., Universitv of New Mexico,
1924; A.M., Columbia, 1935.
MARY KATHERINE DRINAN, Assistant in Home Economics. S.B. , Simmons College,
JUNE RICHARDSON DONNELLY, Professor of Library Science and Director of the
School of Library Science. S.B., University of Cincinnati, 1895; B.L.S., New York
State Library School, 1907.
MARY ELIZABETH HYDE, Associate Professor of Library Science. A. B., Leland Stan-
ford Junior University, 1901.
NINA CAROLINE BROTHERTON, Associate Professor of Library Science. A.B., Vassar
College, 1906; A.M., Boston University, 1931-
ALICE LUCILE HOPKINS, Assistant Professor of Library Science. A. B., Smith College,
1905; S.B., Simmons College, 1913.
*FLORENCE TOLMAN BLUNT, Assistant Professor of Library Science. A.B., Mount
Holyoke College; B.L.S., New York State Library School, 1903-
ZOLTAN HARASZTI, Special Instructor in the History of the Book. J.D., Francis Joseph
University, Hungary, 1913; A.M., Harvard University.
MARY ELVIRA KAUFFMANN, Instructor in Library Science. A.B., Radcliffe College,
1920; S.B., Simmons College, 1926; A.M., Boston University, 1934.
MARGARET ELIZABETH DAVIS, Instructor in Library Science. A.B., Wheaton
College, 1925; S.B., Simmons College, 1926.
ELEANOR GRAVES BRACKETT (MRS.), Instructor in Library Science. S.B., Sim-
mons College, 1927-
JULIA RUTH ARMSTRONG, Instructor in Library Science. A.B., University of
Rochester, 1928; A.M., University of Rochester, 1930; S.B., Simmons College,
ELIZABETH GRIFFITHS PARKER, Assistant in Library Science. A.B., Boston Uni-
versity, 1929; S.B., Simmons College, 1930.
*On leave of absence .
REGINALD RUSDEN GOODELL, Professor of Romance Languages, and Chairman of
the Department of Modern Languages. A.B., A.M., Bowdoin College.
BERTHA REED COFFMAN, Associate Professor of German. Ph.B., De Pauw Univer-
sity, 1898; A.M., 1900; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1913-
EVA LOUISE MARGUERITE MOTTET (Brevet Superteur), Associate Professor of
Romance Languages . College of Montebeliard, France; A.M., Radcliffe College,
MARION EDNA BOWLER, Associate Professor of Modern Languages. A.B., University
of Idaho, 1909; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1912.
EDITH FISHTINE, Assistant Professor of Spanish. A.B., Boston University, 1925;Ph.D.
MANFRED KLEIN, Instructor in German. A.B., College of the City of New York,
1925; A.M., Columbia University, 1927.
JOHN ANDREW HAMILTON, Special Instructor in Spanish. A.B., University of
South Carolina, 1928; A.M., University of South Carolina, 1930; A.M., Harvard
PHILIP ALLISON SHELLEY, Special Instructor in German. A.B., Pennsylvania State
College, 1929; A.M., Harvard University, 1930.
HELEN WOOD, R.N., Professor of Nursing and Director of the School of Nursing. A.B.,
Mount Holyoke College, 1904; Diploma, Massachusetts General Hospital Train-
ing School for Nurses, 1909; A.M., Columbia University, 1924.
MARJORY STIMSON, R.N., Assistant Professor of Public Health Nursing. A.B., Smith
College, 1918; Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing, 1921; S.B.,
Simmons College, 1922.
RUFUS WHITAKER STIMSON, Special Instructor in Rural Problems. A.B., Harvard
University, 1895; A.M., Harvard University, 1896; B.D., Yale University, 1897-
MARIE LOIS DONAHOE, Lecturer on Mental Hygiene. A.B., Smith College, 1905-
HENRY BYRON ELKIND, Lecturer on Mental Hygiene. M.D., Tufts College Medical
School, 1915; Dr. P.H., Harvard School of Public Health, 1925.
ETHEL M. FLETCHER, Lecturer on Social Case Work. A.B., Boston University, 1914.
KATHARINE HITCHCOCK, R.N., Instructor in Public Health Nursing. Diploma,
School of Nursing, Children's Hospital, Boston, 1920; S.B., Simmons College,
MARY LUISE DIEZ, Lecturer on Public Health Administration. M.D., Women's Medi-
cal College of Pennsylvania, 1903-
MARY ELIZABETH NORCROSS, R.N., Special Instructor in Nursing Education.
Diploma, Children's Hospital School of Nursing, 1918; S.B., Columbia University,
EVANGELINE HALL MORRIS (MRS.), Lecturer on Social Hygiene. B.S., University
of Bishops College, Que., 1921; B.N., Yale University School of Nursing, 1927.
NELS ALBIN NELSON, Lecturer on Social Hygiene. S.B., Worcester Polytechnic Insti-
tute, 1914; M.D., Long Island College Medical School, 1926.
MARTHA RUTH SMITH, R.N., Instructor on Nursing. S.B., Columbia University,
1924; A.M., Columbia University, 1931.
FLORENCE SOPHRONIA DIALL, Associate Professor of Physical Education. Graduate
of Sargent Normal School of Physical Education; Woods Hole Marine Labora-
tory; DePauw University.
JOSEPHINE M. CHAPMAN (MRS.), Instructor in Physical Education. S.B., Uni-
versity of Texas, 1927.
JAMES MEAD HYATT, Professor of Physics. A.B., Cornell University, 1918; Ph.D.,
Cornell University, 1922.
LESLIE LYLE CAMPBELL, Professor of Physics, Emeritus. A.M., Ph.D., Washington
and Lee University; A.M., Harvard University, 1904.
LELAND DAVID HEMENWAY, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics. A.B.,
Colby College, 1917; A.M., Harvard University, 1923.
HOWARD OLIVER STEARNS, Assistant Professor of Physics. S.B., Dartmouth Col-
lege, 1915; S.M., Dartmouth College, 1917.
CARL AUGUST PEARSON, Assistant Professor of Physics. A. B., Harvard University,
1925; A.M., Harvard University, 1930.
RAYMOND KENNETH JONES, Assistant Professor of Physics. S.B., Bates College,
1925; S.M., Harvard University, 1931-
LULA JOSLIN GAY (MRS.), Special Instructor in Physics. A.B., Brown University,
1905; A.M., Brown University, 1906.
Psychology j Philosophy
HARRISON LEROY HARLEY, Professor of Psychology. S.B., University of Pennsyl-
vania, 1911; Ph.D., Harvard University, 1921.
ANTOINETTE ROOF, Associate Professor of Education, Emerita.
HARRY LEIGH BAKER, Instructor in Psychology and Education. A.B., Baker Uni-
versity, 1920; S.B., Kansas State College, 1922; A.M., University of Chicago,
1928; Ph.D., Yale University, 1934.
MARGARET McGILL, Special Instructor in the History of Education. A.B., Mount
Holyoke College; Ed.M., Harvard University.
PHILIPPE SIDNEY deQUEBBEVILLE CABOT, Special Instructor in Psychology.
B.A., University of New Zealand, 1925; M. A., University of New Zealand, 1927;
M.A., Columbia University, 1931; M.A., Harvard University, 1935-
EDWARD HENRY ELDRIDGE, Professor of Secretarial Studies and Director of the
School of Secretarial Studies. A.M., Temple University, 1903; Ph.D., Temple Uni-
WALLACE MANAHAN TURNER, Professor of Accountancy, Emeritus. A.B., Harvard
University, 1891; A.M., Harvard University, 1896.
HELEN GOLLER ADAMS (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. A.B.,
Wellesley College, 1909; S.B., Simmons College, 1911; A.M., Boston University,
JENNIE BLAKENEY WILKINSON, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. S.B.,
Simmons College, 1911; Ed.M., Harvard University, 1931-
EULA GERTRUDE FERGUSON, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies-. A.B.,
Wellesley College, 1911; S.B., Simmons College, 1918.
FLORA McKENZIE JACOBS, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. Simmons
KATHLEEN BERGER (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. S.B., Boston
University, 1931; Ed.M., 1932.
VIOLA GRACE ENGLER, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons
College, 1922; M.B.A., Boston University, 1932.
CLARE LOUISE SWEENEY, Assistant Professor of Secretarial Studies. A.B., Radcliffe
College, 1917; S.B., Simmons College, 1921; Ed.M., Boston University, 1931.
ISABELLA KELLOCK COULTER (MRS.), Instructor in Secretarial Studies. A.B.,
Radcliffe College, 1922; S.B., Simmons College, 1925; A.M., Boston University,
HELENA VERONICA O'BRIEN, Special Instructor in Commercial Latv . S.B., Simmons
College, 1915; LL.B., Boston University, 1925-
TILLY SVENSON DICKINSON (MRS.), 'instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Sim-
mons College, 1919.
AGNES ELIZABETH CONWELL, Instructor in Secretarial Studies. A.B , Wellesley
College, 1924; S.B., Simmons College, 1926.
HAZEL RUTH NORTHRIDGE, Instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons Col-
DOROTHY FORD MacKENZIE (MRS.), Instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Sim-
mons College, 1928.
ELIN FRANCES SONDERGARD, Instructor in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons Col-
RUTH LAWTON WILMOT, Assistant in Secretarial Studies. S.B., Simmons College,
KATHARINE DAVIS HARD WICK, Professor of Social Economy and Director of the
School of Social Work. A.B., Boston University, 1S07-
JEFFREY RICHARDSON BRACKETT, Professor of Social Economy, Emeritus. A.B.,
Harvard University, 1883; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, 1899.
EVA WHITING WHITE (MRS-.), Professor of Social-Economy. S.B., Simmons College,
HERBERT COLLINS PARSONS, Special Instructor in Law and Picblic Administration.
Boston University Law School; Honorary A.M., Harvard University, 1931.
KATE McMAHON, Instructor in Social Economy. Connecticut State Normal School,
1905; School of Social Work, 1910.
HOWARD FRANK ROOT, Lecturer on Medical Information. A.B., Harvard Univer-
sity, 1913; M.D., Harvard Medical School, 1919.
FRANCES STERN, Lecturer on Dietetics in Social Service.
HAROLD COE STUART, Lecturer on Medical Information. Litt.B., Princeton Uni-
versity, 1914; M.D., Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons,
ALICE CHANNING, Instructor in Social Economy. A.B., Radcliffe College, 1911; S.M.,
Simmons College, 1920; Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1932.
RICHARD CLARKE CABOT, Lecturer on Social Economy. A.B., Harvard University,
1889; M.D., Harvard University, 1892; LL.D., University of Rochester, 1930.
ALICE BORDEN HULING, Special Instructor in Social Case Work. A.B., Radcliffe
College, 1907; A.M., Radcliffe College, 1935.
MAIDA HERMAN SOLOMON (MRS.), Instructor in Social Economy. A.B., Smith
College, 1912; S.B., Simmons College, 1914.
ETHEL WARD DOUGHERTY, Supervisor of Community Field Work. A.B., Radcliffe
RUTH LLOYD, Instructor in Social Economy . A.M.
Prince School of Store Service Education
HELEN RICH NORTON, Associate Professor of Store Service Education and Acting Direc-
tor of the Prince School of Store Service Education. A.B., Wellesley College, 1905-
SHERRED WILLCOX ADAMS, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology. S.B.,
Columbia University, 1912.
IRENE McALLISTER CHAMBERS, Assistant Professor of Store Service Education and
Assistant to the Director of the Prince School of Store Service Education. Ph.B., Denison
University, 1909; A.M., Columbia University, 1923; S.B., Simmons College, 1928.
RUTH BACHELDER FRIEDBERG (MRS.), Assistant Professor of Store Service Educa-
tion. A.B., Vassar College, 1923; S.M., Simmons College, 1924.
JESSIE MILDRED STUART, Instructor in Store Service Education. S.B., Boston Uni-
STANLEY FERDINAND TEELE, Lecturer on the Economics of 'Business . A.B., Amherst
College, 1928; D.C.S., Harvard University, 1933.
MARY LOUISE IMRIE
Student Government Association
S K \ I O K S
MAXINE BAILEY \
Student Government Representatives
School of English
General Science School
School of Home Economics
School of Secretarial Studies
School of Library Science
GREEN AND WHITE
ROBERT MALCOLM GAY
WARREN STENSON TRYON
HARRY MAXWELL YARRELL
117 Whitnev Road Medford, Massachusetts
MARIOX ESTHER AITKEN
32 Shute Street Everett, Massachusetts
EDXA HARRIET ALADOYICH
495 Washington Street Haverhill. Massachusetts
HARRIET GWEN ALBERT
9135 USth Street Richmond Hill, New York
ALICE BARBARA APPEL
10 Centennial Avenue Revere, Massachusetts
74 Highland Avenue Cambridge, Massachusetts
FRANCES ANN ALLEN
61 Cedar Street Rye, New York
53 Commercial Street Lynn, Massachusetts
RUTH ELVER ASHLEY
50 Hillsboro Road Medford,
DOROTHY TIFT BACON
2226 Post Street
DOROTHY LOUISE BAESSLER
44 Dedham Street Hyde Park, Massachusetts
ANNETTE DAUBER BAUM
51 Magnolia Street Maiden, Massachusetts
12 Cypress Street Norwood, Massachusetts
30 Bellingham Street
DOROTHY MAXINE BAILEY
ELVA HUNTINGTON BECKETT
11 Emerson Street Peabodv, Massachusetts
FAY NATALIE BENNETT
11 Jefferson Avenue Springfield, Massachusetts
253 Engle Street Tenafly, New Jersey
ALICE MURIEL BISBEE
524 Eliot Street Milton, Massachusetts
LEONORA MARIE BIXBY
1 Mount Pleasant Terrace Roxbury, Massachusetts
GRACE ELIZABETH BOWEN
361 Stetson Street Fall River, Massachusetts
GRACE ALDEN BOOTHBY
103 Lewis Avenue Walpole, Massachusetts
20 Brockton Avenue Haverhill, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH MAY BOYCE
154 Main Street Andover, Massachusetts
. KATHERINE ELIZABETH BRITTON
2 Severance Street Claremont, New Hampshire
Cristobal, Canal Zone
ALICE MARIE BUCKLEY
28 St. Albans Road Boston, Massachusetts
DOROTHY HENSHAW BUCKLEY
602 Ccuntv Street Fall River. Massachusetts
VIRGINIA FRANCES BURGESS
14 Allen Street
ELIZABETH ANNA BURCH
2591 South Broad Street Trenton, New Jersey
EVELYN HARVEY BURACK
54 Lawton Street Brookline, Massachusetts
ALICE CLAIRE BURKE
13 Thornley Street Dorchester, Massachusetts
LILLIAN DEMAGISTRI BURNER
87 Florence Street Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
WINIFRED DOROTHY BURNS
204 Main Street Maiden, Massachusetts
JACQUELINE WORRALL BURR
8 Windsor Street Arlington, Massachusetts
JEAN DORIS BURT
371 Lenox Avenue South Orange, New Jersey
CATHERINE FRANCES CAMP ANA
I Jefferson Avenue Everett, Massachusetts
JEANNETTE ALLEN CABEEN
140 Essex Street Beverly, Massachusetts
ESTHER MALKA BYER
114 St. Paul Street Brookline, Massachusetts
DELPHINE BARBARA CAMPBELL
368 East 8th Street South Boston, Massachusetts
LOUISE MATHILDA CARLSON
421 North Monroe Street Titusville, Pennsylvania
NAOMI NAYLOR CARTWRIGHT
12 Lenox Place Maplewood, New Jersey
MARY PATRICIA CASSIDY
1 Kendall Road Lexington, Massachusetts
DOROTHY IDA CEDERBERG
35 Eustis Street Cambridge, Massachusetts
LUCIA WOODRUFF CHARLTON
6 Western Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts
HELEN CONSTANCE CHARD
205 29th Street, North
St. Petersburg, Florida
PAULINE EVELINA CHARBONNEAU
79 Hampstead Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
DORIS CAROLINE CHUTE
1051 Adams Street Dorchester, Massachusetts
ANNE HELENA CLARK
70 Fort Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts
PAULINE IRENE CLAYTON
199 Babcock Street Brookline, Massachusetts
RUTH ELLEN CLOSSON
26 Pleasant Street Milton, Massachusetts
CAROLINE ELIZABETH COLE
Main Street West Medway, Massachusetts
ANNETTE ELIZABETH CROCKER
East Tawas, Michigan
EVELYN MARIE COYLE
18 Hillcroft Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
HELEN ROSAMON COLE
Depot Street Hillsboro, New Hampshire
IRENE MARY CRONIN
4 Larkin Road Medford, Massachusetts
NELLIE PAULINE CROSBY
14 Melville Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts
CATHERINE GERTRUDE CUNNINGHAM
294 Washington Street Dorchester, Massachusetts
THELMA TILLIE CUSHNER
100 Grove Street Chelsea, Massachusetts
MARY VIRGINIA DALY
33 Merrvmount Avenue Wollaston, Massachusetts
CHRISTINA DOLL DICKERMAN
104 South Main Street Wallingford, Connecticut
HELEN LOUISE DEACON
31 Stow Street Concord, Massachusetts
85 Quincy Shore Drive Atlantic, Massachusetts
EDNA FRANCES DOLE
34 High Street Peterborough, New Hampshire
MARIAN AMES DOWST
164 Federal Street Salem, Massachusetts
FLORENCE MARIE DuMOULIN
228 Minot Street Dorchester, Massachusetts
CATHERINE HYACINTHE DUNN
160 F Street South Boston, Massachusetts
MARY LUCILE DURKIN
1600 Vance Street Chattanooga, Tennessee
ANNA ZITA ESHENFELDER
36 Garfield Avenue New London, Connecticut
JEANE LOUISE ELSE
28 Warwick Road Melrose, Massachusetts
PRISCILLA JEAN ELLIOTT
Pomfret Centre, Connecticut
South Great Road South Lincoln, Massachusetts
MARY EDITH FARRELL
333 Longvvood Avenue Boston, Massachusetts
ANNA MARIE FARREN
371 Broadway Somerville, Massachusetts
45 Canton Street Manchester, New Hampshire
MARY PATRICIA FITZPATRICK
50 High Street Charlestown, Massachusetts
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VIRGINIA STEWART FREEMAN
208 Morrison Avenue West Somerville, Massachusetts
24 Essex Street Beverly, Massachusetts
ALTA LOUISE FOGG
26 Monadnock Street Boston, Massachusetts
60 Beryl Street
RUTH ELIZABETH GALWAY
12 Rosa Street Hyde Park, Massachusetts
RUTH LOUISE GANNETT
52 Tuxedo Road Montclair, New Jersey
ANNA MARILYN GASS
27 County Road Chelsea, Massachusetts
DORIS MARY GATES
22 Mansion Street Coxsackie, New York
MARTHA GENEVIEVE GLASS
353 Cornell Avenue Elyria, Ohio
VIRGINIA LEE GERRISH
Central Romana La Romana, Republica Dominicana
FRANCES MARIE GAUM
176 Mystic Valley Parkway Winchester, Massachusetts
169 South Athol Road Athol, Massachusetts
44 Marshland Street Haverhill, Massachusetts
MIRIAM MARCIA GORDON
Albion Street Somerville, Massachusetts
26 Schuyler Street Roxbury, Massachusetts
BERNICE GERTRUDE GOULD
R.F.D., Gould Road Westford, Massachusetts
ROSE CHRISTINE GRAVES
31 Elm Street Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH GRAVES
Pelham Road Amherst, Massachusetts
HELEN ELIZABETH GRADY
70 Weston Street Brockton, Massachusetts
DOROTHY ELIZABETH HAAS
1000 Van Dyke Street Detroit, Michigan
LILLIAN EDITH HALONEN
62 Mary Street Quincy, Massachusetts
RUTH BILLINGS HANNA
12 Perkins Street Worcester, Massachusetts
RUTH LILLIAN HANNA
5 Leonard Street Foxboro, Massachusetts
RUHAMAH MARION HARRIS
43 Quincy Street Medford, Massachusetts
MILDRED BOOTH HENRY
4 Ashland Place Taunton, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH IRENE HELLER
367 Adams Street Dorchester, Massachusetts
ADRIANNA WHITMORE HART
79 Hastings Street West Roxbury, Massachusetts
3434 Knox Place Bronx, New York
CATHERINE MARY HIGGINS
200 Walnut Street Holyoke, Massachusetts
LUCILLE FLORENCE HILL
3 Oak Hill Road Saugus, Massachusetts
MABEL MARION HINKLE
26 Dexter Road Newtonville, Massachusetts
HELEN JOSEPHINE HIRSCHFELD
9 Colony Place Meriden, Connecticut
KATHLEEN RAMONA HORNE
733 East Merrimack Street Lowell, Massachusetts
MELBA LISA HOLMES
549 Washington Street Abington, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH MARY HOGERTY
87 Demins Street Pittsfield, Massachusetts
BARBARA ANN HOSMER
6 Columbia Street Westheld, Massachusetts
MARY FRANCES HOWLEY
29 Edgewood Circle Quincy, Massachusetts
260 Holmes Road Pittsfield, Massachusetts
128 Melrose Street Melrose, Massachusetts
314 Otis Street
MARY LOUISE IMRIE
West Newton, Massachusetts
35 Martin Street Holyoke, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH WILSON JOSEPH
10 Drayton Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts
HELEN GERTRUDE JOHNSON
4 Charlotte Road Newton Centre, Massachusetts
1782 Beacon Street Brookline, Massachusetts
ETHEL LILLIAN KAUFMAN
1089 Blue HilJ Avenue Dorchester, Massachusetts
MARY LOUISE KEARNEY
60 Walter Street Roslindale, Massachusetts
EDITH MILDRED KELLEY
Salem Depot, New Hampshire
IRENE ELIZABETH KELLY
25 Champnev Street Brighton, Massachusetts
LOUISE MARGARET KOCH
16 Maple Street Turners Falls, Massachusetts
MARY SARAH KINGSBURY
24 Rockland Avenue Maiden, Massachusetts
MARY ANNA KING
Berkshire Street Cambridge, Massachusetts
THERESA APOLINA KOWALCZYK
91 Ward Street Worcester, Massachusetts
29 Waban Street Roxbury, Massachusetts
MARGARET ELIZABETH LANE
Lane Avenue North Brookfield, Massachusetts
JESSIE REBECCA LANSBERG
1252 Great Plain Avenue Needham, Massachusetts
ANNA MARY LATHAM
115 South Street Portsmouth, New Hampshire
21 Elmwood Park Maiden, Massachusetts
DAVIDA SYBIL LIBERMAN
41 Dwight Street Brookline, Massachusetts
MARY ELIZABETH LAWSING
Randolph Center, Vermont
IRENE VIVIAN LINDHOLM
12 Greene Street Wollaston, Massachusetts
4S Boylston Street Maiden, Massachusetts
BETTY FRASER LORD
87 Lake View Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts
ADELMA MAUD LOWE
95 Main Street Ashland, Massachusetts
South Main Street Mercersburg, Pennsylvania
JANET EMILY MACKIE
185 Park Avenue Rochester, New York
ELIZABETH ANNE MACKEY
179 Aspinwall Avenue Brookline, Massachusetts
VERONICA ANN McGUIRE
187 Hammond Street Waltham, Massachusetts
317 St. Paul Street Brookline, Massachusetts
68 Iffley Road Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
MARION MARGARETE MARTO
112 Salem Street Boston, Massachusetts
MARIE ELIZABETH MATHEKE
328 Sussex Avenue Newark, New Jersey
EDITH STOCKTON MERIAM
44 Montgomery Avenue Kensington, Maryland
4 Agassiz Park Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts
JANE ELIZABETH MATHEWS
24 Fairmont Street Belmont, Massachusetts
ELEANOR CHARLOTTE MERRIMAN
15 Irving Street
KATHERINE ESTELLE MERRITT
RUTH SEERLEY MESSER
15 Latham Street Williamstown, Massachusetts
JEAN ELIZABETH MEYER
South Main Street Cohasset, Massachusetts
ELEANOR READ MILLER
MARION ELSIE MORSS
612 Adams Street North Abington, Massachusetts
ADELINE ALICE MORRISSEY
106 Summer Street South Walpole, Massachusetts
DOROTHY ESTHER MOORE
Jasmin Point New Port Richie, Florida
LILLIAN GERTRUDE MURDOCK
632 Canton Avenue Milton, Massachusetts
GLADYS KATHERINE MURRAY
380 Hvde Park Avenue Roslindale, Massachusetts
DOROTHY ELIZABETH NEWTON
45 Dysart Street Quincy, Massachusetts
MARY KITFIELD NUTTER
15 Hawes Avenue Melrose Highlands, Massachusetts
ANNA MARGARET O'CONNOR
41 Commercial Street Marblehead, Massachusetts
EVELYN MARGARET OLEN
14 Eden Avenue West Newton, Massachusetts
MARY ALFREDA OLDS
Stony Hill Windsor, Connecticut
ARAX MIRIAM ODABASHIAN
109 Willow Avenue East Bridgewater, Massachusetts
SELMA VIRGINIA OLSEN
58 Bellingham Avenue Beachmont, Massachusetts
MARY WILSON ORMOND
10 North Hancock Street Lexington, Massachusetts
EDA CAROLYN PADDOCK
3916 Clark Street Kansas City, Missouri
HARRIET ROE PATTERSON
485 Stage Road Monroe, New York
SARAH FULLER PEASE
404 Main Street Suffield, Connecticut
MARJORIE ISABEL PINE
565 Kelley Street Manchester, New Hampshire
BARBARA WOOD PIERCE
42 Common Street Braintree, Massachusetts
HELENA FRANCES PERRY
11 Catharine Street Worcester, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH MERRILL POOR
20 Occom Ridge Hanover, New Hampshire
DOROTHY GENEVIEVE POTTER
ROSETTA MARIE PUGLIANO
174 Broadway Boston, Massachusetts
CAROLINE ROBERTA QUESSY
174 Broadway Methuen, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH LILLIAN REARDON
18 Kilgore Avenue West Medford, Massachusetts
DOROTHY MARGARET ROGERS
117 First Street Melrose, Massachusetts
JANE SEATON RODMAN
Richfield Springs, New York
230 Cypress Street Brookline, Massachusetts
3190 Main Street Springfield, Massachusetts
RUTH ELIZABETH RUDD
534 Weeramoe Street Fall River, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH SILLIMAN RUITER
120 Main Street St. Johnsbury, Vermont
90 Morning Street Portland, Maine
RACHEL MARY SANTOLIQUIDO
78 Harlow Street Arlington, Massachusetts
ESTHER REBECCA SCHOONMAKER
Far View Farm Amherst, Massachusetts
GERTRUDE MARIE SCHAEFER
46 Graves Avenue Lynn, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH MOORE SAVAGE
91 South Main Street Middleboro, Massachusetts
ELEANOR FRANCES SCHULTZ
17 Lake Street Amesburv, Massachusetts
HILDA ROSE SCHWALL
121 Intervale Street Roxbury, Massachusetts
NATALIE ROSE SCIGLIANO
37 Montvale Street Roslindale, Massachusetts
THELMA GRACE SCORGIE
131 Trapelo Road Belmont, Massachusetts
JEANNETTE ELIZABETH SCOTT
43 Highland Avenue Melrose, Massachusetts
24 Dix Street
MILDRED IDA SMITH
41 Wolcott Street Portland, Maine
MARY ELIZABETH SILVA
91 Plain Street Taunton, Massachusetts
ELSA LOUISE STEELE
21 South Street Portsmouth, New Hampshire
RUTH CORELLA STEVENS
7 West Street North Woburn, Massachusetts
HELEN RUTH BURNETT STEWART
43 Bradford Road Watertown, Massachusetts
MARIAN ELIZABETH STEWART
34 Menotomy Road Arlington, Massachusetts
MURIEL GLADYS STEWART
46 Jackson Road West Medford, Massachusetts
DOROTHY JUSTINA SULLIVAN
40 Lake Street Brighton, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH RUTH STOLOFF
885 Hayward Street Manchester, New Hampshire
IRMA RUTH TANNER
20 4th Street Attleboro, Massachusetts
South Shaftsbury, Vermont
MILDRED ELIZABETH TRIPP
Hancock, New Hampshire
JANET ETHEL TULLER
19 Ransom Road Newton Centre, Massachusetts
3 Henderson Road Fairfield, Connecticut
ELIZABETH ANN WEBSTER
210 Sherman Street Canton, Massachusetts
JEANETTE STEPHENS WALSH
16 Hope Street Attleboro, Massachusetts
BEATRICE SARAH WALSH
School Street Chatham, Massachusetts
LOUISE RUTH WEISCOPF
18 Denton Terrace Roslindale, Massachusetts
OLIVE ELIZABETH WERME
48 Tower Street Worcester, Massachusetts
ELEANOR ANN WHITCOMB
74 Perkins Street Springfield, Massachusetts
131 Homestead Street Roxbury, Massachusetts
ELIZABETH ELLIS WOOD
122 Bedford Street New Bedford, Massachusetts
51 Cherry Hill. Holyoke, Massachusetts
RUTH SHATTUCK WRIGHT
Enosburg Falls, Vermont
CATHERINE BLANCHE WRIGHT
84 Bower Street Roxbury, Massachusetts
207 Church Street Newton, Massachusetts
11 Lakeview Street East Hampton, Connecticut
LENA LOUISE BONNEY
247 Forest Street Medford, Massachusetts
140 Elmwood Road Swampscott, Massachusetts
CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH DOWD
20 Westcott Street Dorchester, Massachusetts
MARJORIE RUSSELL DUFFY
25 Maple Street Lexington, Massachusetts
RUTH FIFIELD JENCKS
98 Cedar Street Pawtucket, Rhode Island
391 Ferry Street Everett, Massachusetts
GERTRUDE LOUISE McCARTHY
10 Welleslev Park Dorchester, Massachusetts
ISABELLE PATRICIA REGAN
1 Canton Street North Easton, Massachusetts
HAZEL ELIZABETH STAFFORD
56 South Central Street Bradford, Massachusetts
DOROTHY ALMA TEWKSBURY
21 Oak Street Derry, New Hampshire
MARTHA LOUISE WILLARD
200 Clifton Street Belmont, Massachusetts
Former Members of the Class
VAN HORSEN, MARGARET
WENT WORTH, KATHERINE
Student Government Representatives
School of English
General Science School
School of Home Economics
School of Secretarial Studies
School of Social Service
School of Library Science
BLUE AND WHITE
ABBOT, ROSALIE ADELE
ALDEN, RUTH HODGSON
AMSDEN, THELMA BOWEN
ANDERSON, DORIS E.
ANDERSON, ELSA I. W.
BADGER, HARLENE OAKES
BAGDON, WANDA BIRUTHA
BAKER, MARJORIE LOUISE
BALCUNAS, LILY NATALIE
BARRON, ROBERTA SHEPPY
BARRY, ANNE MARIE
BATSON, HARRIET ADRIENNE
BAUR, RUTH CAROLINE
BEAL, MARY ELIZABETH
BEASOM, ELIZABETH JANE
BEESINGER, VELMA ESTELLE
BENTLEY, MARJORIE LOUISE
BERKMAN, CHARLOTTE BELLE
BLAKE, JULIA ELIZABETH
BLOOM,' PHYLLIS CHARLOTTE
BOWDOIN, OLIVE DOROTHEA
BOYER, EVA GRACE
BRALIT, WALLY MILDRED
BRODY, IRENE SYDNEY
BROWNE, RUTH BLACKINTON
BROWNING, DOROTHY AILEENE
BRYAN, HELEN FRANCES
BULLARD, MARJORIE LOUISE
BULMAN, MARGARET BRADLEY
BURACK, RUTH NOVOGROD
BURCHSTEAD, MARION AGNES
BURNS, ANNE CATHERINE
BUTKUS, LEDA ANNE
CARD, LOUISE BUCKLEY
CARR, IRENE MARIE
CARTLAND, FRANCES ELAINE
CHALMERS, DORIS MEAD
CHANDLER, HELEN ELIZABETH
CHASE, VERA OR A
CHERNOFF, SYLVIA SELMA
CLARK, ELEANOR MAY
COHEN, LOUISE ENID
CONNELLY, FRANCES MARY
COOK, LUCILLE ELEANOR
COSTELLO, ALLIEAN LILLIAN
CRAWLEY, DOROTHEA GRACE
CUMMINGS, CLARA GARY
CUNNINGHAM, RUTH ELIZABETH
CURRAN, ANNA SYLVIA
CUSTANCE, RUTH BARBARA
DALZELL, ALICE GERTRUDE
DAVIDSON, LOIS GERTRUDE
DODGE, MARY JEANNETTE
DOLAN, LOUISE SHANNON
DULMAN, SYLVIA RUTH
EASTMAN, SHIRLEY MARTHA
EMERY, HELEN ROSEMARY
FARRAR, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH
FARREN, ANNA MARIE
FAULKNER, MURIEL SNOW
FEELEY, HELEN VIRGINIA
FIORENTINO, LEONTINA EAUFEMIA
FOGLER, MARGARET EVELYN
FORD, LAURA POLLY
FOWLER, CONSTANCE LOIS
FREND, ELEANORE SARAH
GERTSEN, ALICE MARIE
GIDLEY, CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH
GIFFORD, ELIZABETH AMY
GOLDBERG, MARIAN EVELYNE
GOOD ALE, PARMYS
GOODMAN, MILDRED MURIEL
GOODRICH, JEAN ELIZABETH
GOODWIN, ELEANOR MAY
GRALA, VICTORIA BARBARA
GRIFFIN, JUNE LOUISE
HAGEN, MARJORIE BURNETT
HART, JANE MacDOWELL
HARTNETT, GERTRUDE ANN
HAYNES, CARYL ELIZABETH
HEALEY, BARBARA FRANCES
HINE, HELEN GERTRUDE
HODGES, ELIZABETH TRUZAL
HOLMES, MARY GILPATRICK
HOWLEY, MARY FRANCES
HUNT, DOROTHY MARION
JACOBS, VIRGINIA HELENE
JEFFREY, HELEN IRONSIDE
JENSEN, ALICE CONSTANCE
JONES, BARBARA ELIZABETH
JUDD, MARGARET PRESTON
KELLER, GLENICE LOUISE
KENYON, ELAINE KNIGHT
KYLE, MARGARET JOAN
LAIRD, JEAN AUGUSTA
LANE, GERTRUDE ANNAH
LATAKAS, JOSEPHINE MARION
LEONARD, GLADYS WILLIAMS
LOCK, BEATRICE ARONSON
LONG, ELEANOR WYMAN
LORD, MARTHA GRACE
LOWCOCK, HELEN ELIZABETH
LUNDBERG, DOROTHY EVANGELINE
MACKESEY, LUCILLE CLAIRE
MACKEY, ELIZABETH ANNE
MacCALLUM, MARGARET FRANCES
MacLENNAN, ROSE CATHERINE
MacQUARRIE, FLORENCE EDNA
McCaffrey, marguerite muriel
McCarthy, eleanor Elizabeth
mcconnell, louise grace
mcgrath, jessie catherine
mcgrath, katherine anne
mckeigue, eleanor cashman
mcpherson, betty louise
mann, barbara tallant
MANNIX, MARY TERESE CLAIRE
MARTIN, DAHLIA FRANCES
MATHESON, VIRGINIA JOCELYN
MATHEWS, MADELYN THERESA
MATHEWSON, DOROTHY IRENE
MEDEIROS, ELINOR ISABELLE
MELANSON, ILAH ALICE
MILLER, GRACE AUGUSTA
MINES, EVELYN LESLIE
MITCHELL, EVELYN LOUISE
MOULTON, RUTH GEORGIANNA
MOYNAHAN, CATHERINE MARIE
MUHLENBERG, ANNE ELIZABETH
MUIR, CATHERINE MARTHA
NAKASHIAN, NUART CARMELA
NEWCOMB, DORIS FELTER
NEWMAN, MARJORIE LOUISE
NIMMO, EVELYN RUTH
O'DONNELL, CATHERINE LOUISE
OLIVER, JEAN ISABELLE
PAINE, HARRIET MYRTLE
PAOLINI, LYDIA IRIS
PARKER, ETHEL OLIVE
PATTERSON, JANET DAYTON
PERREAULT, JEANNETTE EDNA
PETERS, MARYROSE ELIZABETH
PETIT, BARBARA MARIE
PINKHAM, DONNA ALMA
POOR, ALICE JEANETTE
POWNALL, MARY LOUISE
PRAKAPAS, BIRUTA HELEN
QUIGLEY, MARGARET ELIZABETH
RANDALL, MARION TOWNSHEND
RAWLINGS, ETHEL CATHERINE
REILLY, CECELIA ANNE
RICHARDS, DOROTHY FRANCES
ROBB, JEAN DOROTHY
ROBB, MARY AUGUSTA VIRGINIA
ROSE, DOROTHY EVELYN
RUGO, JULIA BEATRICE
SAFFORD, HILDRED SHIRLEY
SAMUELSON, EDITH ELINOR
SANDBERG, MARTHA AURORA
SCHOEFFLER, DOROTHY EDITH
SEARLE, DOROTHY ANNE
SEBEIKA, HELEN ELIZABETH
SHERMAN, ELIZABETH MUIR
SHURTLEFF, ETHEL HUNTINGTON
SIMON, RUTH ELAINE
SMITH, EDITH DAVIS
SNYDER, ANNA MARIE
STANSFIELD, FRANCES ALICE
STANTIAL, ELIZABETH PHARE
STEELQUIST, MARY KARNA
SUNDQUIST, LINNEA MARIE
SWEENEY, MARGARET FRANCES
TAYLOR, GRACE ELIZABETH
TEKLEY, EILEEN SHANDLER
THOMBS, SUSIE MABELL
THORUD, LESLIE JOAN
TREUTHARDT, MARION AGATHA
ULRICH, CORA PEARL
VASCHAK, REGINA BARBARA
VOGEL, JOSEPHINE MINA
WALSH, ELEANOR MARY
WATERHOUSE, FRANCES AGNES
WEBER, ELIZABETH DAVIDSON
WEINERT, BERENICE LEAH
WHEELER, LESTINA EMELINE
WHITMORE, MILDRED EMMA
WHITNEY, GLADYS ARLINE
WILLIAMS, ALICE MARGARET
WILSON, MARION LARKIN
WINN, ALICE LOUISE
WOLF, RUTH BEATRICE
WORCESTER, ELIZABETH CELIA
WRIGHT, PRISCILLA ANNE
Student Government Representatives
DOROTHY W. BROWN
RED AND WHITE
School of English
General Science School
School of Home Economics
School of Secretarial Studies
School of Social Service
School of Library Science
School of Nursing
ADAMS, FRANCES J. G.
AMOS, HELEN M.
ANDERSON, MYRTLE E.
AUSTIN, ELINOR N.
BAKER, LUCILLE R.
BAKER, RUTH B.
BASSINOR, EMMA R.
BEANE, MARJORIE F.
BEIGNIEUX, DIANE E.
BELL, MIRIAM E.
BEMIS, BARBARA F.
BENTLEY, MABEL R.
BERNSTEIN, HELEN L.
BERSON, SHIRLEY M.
BISSELL, LILLIAN A.
BISSONETTE, LAURETTA E.
BIXBY, GRACE Y.
BLAND, MARIE E.
BLOOMFIELD, BERNICE G.
BLOTNER, DOROTHY E.
BOERKE, ANNA F.
BOLONSKY, FLORENCE H.
BOWEN, ELEANOR P.
BRADY, MURIEL I.
BRAHENEY, ELZA M.
BRESEE, BETTY L.
BRICKMAN, DOROTHY E.
BRINE, MARY P.
BROOKS, ELIZABETH B.
BROWN, DOROTHY M.
BROWN, DOROTHY W.
BROWN, LAURA G.
BROWN, PRISCILLA M.
BURNS, ETHEL G.
BURTON, RUTH I.
CARDONA, VIRGINIA C.
CARLSON, EVA M.
CARTER, ELIZABETH R.
CARTER, MARJORIE E.
CASSIDY, MARY B.
CHAFETZ, BERNICE R.
CHARBONNEAU, PAULINE E.
CHRISTIE, JANETTE E.
CHURCHILL, ELEANOR B.
CLARK, HELEN E.
CLARK, ROBERTA E.
COFFIN, ELIZABETH L.
COHEN, JOYCE H.
COLE, JANET A.
COLLINS, LOUISA M.
CONNELLY, FRANCES M.
CONNOLLY, MARY K.
CONNOR, LOUISE J.
COOK, ELEANOR J.
CORRIGAN, MARY R.
COUNSELL, ANITA M.
COVENEY, CHARLOTTE J.
CRAIG, LOIS B.
CUMMINGS, RUTH E.
CUNNINGHAM, MARY P.
CURRIER, ELIZABETH D.
DA VIES, RUTH W.
DENHOFF, PEARL F.
DILL, BETTY C.
DIRKMAN, ERDINE R.
DI VIRGILIO, LETITIA
DOHERTY, RITA J.
DOLAN, MARY E.
DONER, HELEN W.
DOUGLAS, GERTRUDE L.
DUNBAR, HUGENA M.
DWIGHT, JULIA C.
ECKER, LORETTA M.
EGGLETON, MILA B.
ELDER, BARBARA R.
EMERY, SARA S.
EMMONS, CAROLYN L.
ESLIN, FLORENCE B.
FELDMAN, MARION E.
FINGOLD, SHIRLEY V.
FITZGERALD, ELEANOR M.
FONTAINE, LILLIAN A.
FOX, RUTH P.
FREDERICK, ANNE K.
FREED, DOROTHY R.
FULTON, ANNA M.
FURLONG, MARGUERITE W.
GAINEY, ELIZABETH M.
GELLES, BERNICE H.
GILBERT, ELOISE G.
GILL, ELEANOR M.
GOLOWSKI, HELEN R.
GREEN, FLORENCE B.
GREEN, SYLVIA L.
GREEN, ZELMA B.
GRONBERG, EVELYN V.
HALL, FRANCES A.
HARRIGAN, MARY K.
HARRINGTON, BARBARA N.
HART, ELEANOR J.
HART, ELIZABETH F.
HARTNETT, CLARE S.
HEALEY, ELIZABETH A.
HEDLUND, BETTY A.
HERBERT, LOUISE E.
HESLAM, BARBARA M.
HICKEY, MARY E.
HOLMES, LUCILLE M.
HOWARD, HELEN T.
HUGHES, POLLY A.
HUMELBAUGH, MARGARET J.
HUNT, PHEBE L.
HUTSON, PRISCILLA L.
IVEMY, MARY A.
JACKSON, EILEEN M.
JASPER, BARBARA A.
JENSEN, ELEANOR L.
JENSEN, ELEANOR M.
JOHNSON, OLIVE E.
JONES, MARJORIE I.
JORDAN, MARY R.
KALLOM, ELIZABETH F.
KELLEHER, ANNE V.
KERR, NANCY E.
KIELY, LUCILLE M.
KLUGH, LOIS P.
KNAPP, GLADYS M.
KOSS, ERNA M.
LALLY, ELEANOR M.
LANIGAN, RITA E.
LANSING, ANN P.
LARSON, DORIS C.
LAUTZ, ELIZABETH T.
LEADBETTER, EDITH A.
LEE, ESTHER E.
LERNER, BEATRICE M.
LEWIS, EVELYN S.
LEWIS, MARJORIE T.
LIBBY, ALMA C.
LIFSHITZ, VIOLA D.
LINCOLN, VESTA G.
LIPSITZ, MILDRED R.
LITUITIS, RUTH V.
LYONS, ELLEN M.
MacBRAYNE, ISABELLE C.
mackenzie, phyllis m.
McCarthy, Catherine m.
McGRATH, SHIRLEY M.
MADIGAN, ELEANOR R.
MANNING, MARGARET G.
MANSHIP, MURIEL E.
MESSER, ELIZABETH L.
MEURCH, MARION F.
MEYER, LOIS C.
MICHELSON, LILLA M.
MILLER, RHODA L.
MITCHELL, GERALDINE L.
MOORE, ALICIA F.
MORGAN, M. ENID
MORRIS, VIRGINIA C.
MORRISON, RUTH A.
MOUNTFORD, MARY K.
MUSSELLS, EDITH C.
NEAL, PERSIS A.
NEUHART, ELIZABETH L.
NOLAN, HELEN F.
NOYES, PHYLLIS K.
NUTE, RUTH E.
OLSON, ELSA R.
OSTROM, HELEN M.
OTOOLE, MARGERY E.
PARAGELLO, BETTY M.
PARKER, MOLLIE E.
PARSONS, AGNES R.
PEINERT, RUTH H.
PIERCE, ELIZABETH O.
PENNOCK, ELIZABETH L.
PHANEUF, MADELEINE Y.
PIHL, ELEANOR I.
PLIMPTON, HESTER J.
PODPOSKI, EMILY C.
POLLACK, EUNICE A.
PRESTON, PHYLLIS A.
PUGLIANO, FLORENCE P.
RANKIN, HELEN M.
RAY, EDITH E.
REED, MARY E.
REED, MERIEL L.
REED, WINIFRED A.
RICH, MARY I.
RITCHIE, VIRGINIA G.
RODMAN, LAURA G.
RUBENSTEIN, HELEN R.
RUBIN, BEATRICE R.
RUTTER, BARBARA F.
SALE, JOSEPHINE W.
SANFORD, EDITH M.
SARGENT, IRMA T.
SAULT, MARGUERITE M.
SHAFFER, RUTH L.
SIMPSON, ELEANOR E.
SIMPSON, ELLA G.
SMILEY, ESTHER B.
SMITH, CHARLOTTE E.
SPRAGUE, SYLVIA A.
STANTON, IDAJEAN M.
STEARNS, DOROTHY M.
SUNMAN, ELIZABETH K.
TAMULIONIS, AMELIA T.
TAYLOR, CAROLYN E.
THAYER, DOROTHY L.
TRIGGS, MARY M.
TRUE, JANICE E.
TURNER, HAZEL S.
TYLER, EUGENIA L.
VOLCKER, RUTH P.
VOORHIS, ANNE E.
WALSH, GRACE A.
WALSH, RUTH E.
WARREN, ELIZABETH S.
WASSERMAN, ELEANOR S.
WATTS, LOUISE E.
WEINBAUM, LEONIDE J.
WEMMEL, BARBARA M.
WHEBLE, PAULINE A.
WICKER, CAROLYN M.
WILKINS, ESTHER M.
WILLIAMS, PEARL C.
WING, HELEN W.
WINTMAN, RUTH A.
WOLSTENHOLME, DOROTHY E.
WOOD, HAZEL E.
WOODHULL, JOSEPHINE L.
WOODWARD, ANNE E.
YATES, THEODORA P.
Student Government Representatives
CORNELIA de ROODE
CRIMSON AND SILVER
School of English
General Science School
School of Home Economics
School of Secretarial Studies
School of Social Service
School of Library Science
School of Nursing
ABELL, LOUISE H.
AITKENS, ELVA M.
ALBERT, FRANCES V.
ALBERTS, LEON A M.
ALLEN, VIRGINIA M.
ANDERSON, BARBARA A.
ANDREWS, EVELYN F.
ANDREWS, HELEN E.
ARNSTEIN, MARGERY M.
ASHER, EILEEN G.
ATTWILL, NATALIE L.
BARR, MURIEL L.
BAUER, ELSIE N.
BEAL, VIRGINIA A.
BEAUDRY, MARJORIE L.
BEAULIEU, RUTH M.
BECK, ESTELLE G.
BECKWITH, JEAN M.
BELMONT, BARBARA F.
BLANCH ARD, MARTHA A.
BLANEY, CHARLOTTE H.
BLOOM, CHARLOTTE A.
BLOOMER, AILEEN A.
BLUMBERG, ROSE E.
BODWELL, ELIZABETH L.
BONNEMORT, PHYLLIS C.
BOOTH, GERTRUDE V.
BOYD, CHARLOTTE L.
BRANNER, BERNICE E.
BRILLIANT, IRMA F.
BROWN, AMY L.
BRYANT, HOPE M.
BURKE, VIRGINIA M.
BURTT, OLIVE L.
CADIGAN, MARY S.
CAIN, DOROTHY E.
CAIN, GERTRUDE A.
CANNEY, RITA M.
CANTELMO, EL VERA T.
CANTONI, MARJORIE E.
CARIN, EUNICE R.
CARTWRIGHT, ELIZABETH M.
CARTWRIGHT, PATRICIA V.
CASWELL, HOPE W.
CATES, ESTHER B.
CHICKERING, EMILY G.
CLAPP, MARJORIE T.
CLARK, D. MARJORIE
CLARK, JOYCE P.
CLARK, PAULINE M.
CLEMENT, HELEN H.
CLEMENTS, SARA A.
COATES, BARBARA C.
COATES, RUTH D.
COCHRANE, ELIZABETH A.
COHEN, RUTH E.
COLE, JANET B.
COLEMAN, HELEN J.
CONWAY, ELEANOR L.
CRICHTON, RUTH C.
CRITTENDON, BERTHA L.
CROSBY, ALICE O.
CULLINAN, ELINOR H.
CUMMINGS, RUTH E.
CUNNINGHAM, LEOLENE A.
CURRY, IDA L.
CURTIN, MARGARET M.
CUTTER, RUTH E.
DANKNER, FRANCES R.
DE BOER, MARY E.
deVARENNES, M. PATRICIA
DENNIS, ELIZABETH M.
DILL WORTH, AMY J.
DOE, ANNA E.
DONAHUE, URSULA M.
DOWD, MARY L.
DOYLE, MARIE P.
DUGGAN, MARJORIE A.
DYGERT, RUTH M.
EATON, NANCY A.
ELDRED, FLORENCE E.
ELDRIDGE, LAURA L.
ESTY, MURIEL B.
FAIR, KATHRYN T.
FARRON, VESTA B.
FAY, MARTHA J.
FEINGOLD, LENORE R.
FENNER, DIXIE D.
FITZ WILLIAMS, BARBARA E.
FLANDERS, HELEN F.
FLEISHMAN, LILLIAN J.
FLYNN, RUTH M.
FOUHY, MARGARET F.
FRAZIER, MABEL E.
FRONTE, THERESA M.
FRY ATT, NORMA R.
FULLER, BARBARA R.
GAFFEY, CATHERINE H.
GALLIVAN, ANN R.
GALVIN, ANNA M.
GERRITSON, ELIZABETH C.
GILBERT, MARION L.
GINSBURG, EDITH F.
GOLBRANSON, MARION L.
GOLDING, BARBARA T.
GOODMAN, SHIRLEY B.
GWYER, JEAN C.
HADLOCK, MARJORIE R.
HALVORSON, JANICE H.
HARVEY, FLORENCE E.
HATFIELD, HANNAH M.
HAWKINSON, EDNA C.
HAWLEY, ESTHER M.
HEAD, DOROTHY M.
HE ALE Y, MARJORIE B.
HEARN, MARY L.
HELSETH, ELIZABETH J.
HERRIDGE, LORAINE M.
HIGGINSON, D. MURIEL
HILLS, DORIS J.
HINCKLEY, FLORENCE G.
HINE, JANE K.
HOFFMAN, EMILY M.
HOLL, BEVERLY M.
HOLWAY, DOROTHY A.
HUGHES, EMILY J.
INGRAM, CHARLOTTE H.
JENSEN, CECILE E.
JOHNSON, LYDIA L.
JOHNSON, MARY A.
KAHLER, DORIS L.
KANE, AGNES V.
KAPLAN, FRANCES M.
KAUFMAN, VIVIAN L.
KEELEN, KATHERINE E.
KELLEY, EILEEN M.
KELLEY, DOROTHY T.
KENT, ELEANOR T.
KENWAY, JEAN T.
KERN AN, FRANCES J.
KIMBALL, ROSALIND A.
KIRSCH, AUDRIS E.
KUSTOWSKI, KLIMCHA K.
LAMBERT, FRANCES R.
LANE, PEARL N.
LARSEN, BELLE V.
LAVOIE, GEORGETTE A.
LE GROW, ELLIN D.
LENAT, ELFRIEDA I.
LENT, RUTH E.
LEVIN, ESTHER H.
LEVINE, EDITH R.
LEVINSON, SELMA L.
LEVY, JANET G.
LIMA, PRISCILLA F.
LOESSL, JEANNETTE B.
LOUPRET, ELEANOR E.
LUBIN, RUTH L.
LUDY, FLORENCE E.
LYNCH, RITA L.
MacPHERSON, CLARE E.
McCarthy, Catherine r.
McEVOY, ANNE S.
McFARLAND, HARRIET E.
McKAY, LAURA R.
Mclaughlin, jane k.
McKEEN, N. WINIFRED
McPEAKE, HELEN M.
MAGOUN, PHYLLIS E.
MALLEY, M. PHYLLIS
MALONEY, ELEANOR J.
MARCUS, CORRINE N.
MARGOLIES, LEONA R.
MERROR, SUSAN B.
MINNS, ANNA M.
MINTHORN, RUTH E.
MOODY, FLORENCE M.
MOORE, ELEANOR M.
MORRISON, MARGUERITE L.
NEWKIRK, ELEANOR L.
NICHOLS, CORNELIA F.
NORTON, CHARLOTTE A.
NUTTER, CAROLYN L.
O'CONNELL, FRANCES S.
O'CONNOR, ALICE G.
OLSON, ELINOR K.
PAGET, MARY G.
PARAD, ANITA I.
PATTERSON, SUSAN M.
PAUL, CHARLOTTE S.
PETERSON, DORIS H.
PHILLIPS, JANET D.
PINKERTON, RUTH G.
PIPER, JANICE L.
PITT, MILDRED A.
PRATT, VIRGINIA A.
QUINT, ROSALYN E.
RAE, MARJORIE M.
RANDOLPH, ROSE V.
REARDON, DOROTHY L.
REARDON, MARGARET M.
RIBACK, ETHEL M.
RICE, DORIS C.
RICHARDSON, BARBARA L.
RICLES, GLADYS L.
RIDER, HELEN L. V.
ROBERT, THERESE L.
ROBOTHAM, RUTH L.
ROGERS, DOROTHY B.
ROGERS, VERA L.
ROME, BEATRICE F.
ROSS, JUDITH M.
ROTH, BARBARA J.
RUBIN, SYLVIA H.
SANBORN, DORIS E.
SARGENT, ELLORA F.
SAUNDERS, CARTHA E.
SAUNDERS, ELINOR M.
SCANNELL, KATHERINE F.
SCHWARZWAELDER, LOIS D.
SEARLE, RUTH M.
SEAWARD, RACHEL A.
SHAFTER, SYLVIA T.
SHATTUCK, PHYLLIS E.
SHERMAN, VALERIE F.
SIEGEL, HARRIETTE B.
SNYDER, MARGUERITE deL.
SODDECK, ESTHER E.
SQUIRES, BERNICE F.
STANLEY, BARBARA A.
STARKS, ELIZABETH E.
STEGEMAN, DOROTHY H.
STEIN, FAY L.
STERNBERG, EVELYN P.
STILES, LORA N.
STOWE, KATHERINE M.
SULLIVAN, ALMA M.
SULLIVAN, KATHERINE V.
TARG, HELENA M.
TARSHIS, SYRA D.
TATE, LOUISA N.
TAYLOR, JEAN F.
TENNEYHILL, GERTRUDE A.
TEPPER, ELAINE J.
TEWKSBURY, DOROTHY A.
THOMSON, FRANCES S.
TIGHE, A. JANET
TISDALE, JEAN C.
TOOMEY, KATHLEEN A.
TUTKO, ANNE P.
URBSHO, VIRGINIA A.
VALADE, RITA M.
VAUGHAN, ELIZABETH E.
WASSERMAN, ELEANOR S.
WEBER, MARIE V.
WELLS, MARION R.
WERBER, SYLVIA R.
WHEELER, LOLA P.
WHELAN, MARY F.
WHITE, EDNA L.
WILINSKY, BARBARA E.
WILKINS, ESTHER M.
WILLIAMS, HOPE E.
WILLIAMS, JANE A.
WILLIAMS, RITA M.
WILSON, ELLEN M.
WOOD, MARION E.
WOODHILL, MARGUERITE E.
WRIGHT, MYRTLE G.
ZEHER, LOUISE J.
C. Eaton, J. Clark. A. Barry, M. Doyle, P. Holmes
P. Crosby, R. Closson, E. Schoonmaker, J. Burt, M. L. Imrie
Student Government Association
MARY LOUISE IMRIE
Chairman of Honor Board
Maxine Bailey, Ruth Closson, 1936 Constance Eaton, Nancy Kerr, 1938
Anne Barry, Polly Holmes, 1937 Marie Doyle, Alice O'Connor, 1939
OTU. G.," as the Student Government Association is termed in the abbreviated
language of the undergraduates, embraces the student body; all girls from the moment
of their entrance into Simmons are active members. From this large group, twelve
girls are elected by their classmates to solve the student administrative problems and
carry out the routine business.
The thrill of one's college life comes when and if one is elected to "Stu. G."; but
that thrill can be only a mere tingle compared to that experienced by the President of
Student Government, when her election is announced at the May Day Party, and she
wears, as the symbol of her high office, the very old Simmons necklace, an heirloom
of the John Simmons family.
J. Dodge, H. Paine, A. Muhlenberg, R. Robbins, J. Hine, M. Peters, K. Stowe, L. Schwarzwaelder, M.
Can ton i
M. L. Imrie, M. Glass, H. Deacon, A. Latham, F. Bennett, R. Stowell, J. Burt
J7 OR the benefit of those who wonder, we here state that the house chairmen do
exist for more than the purpose of squelching the girl who insists in giving an "ampli-
fied" account of her Biology exam after quiet hours. The house chairmen meet every
Tuesday to regulate dormitory life by making or unmaking rules and making girls
show some respect for them.
Through Dormitory Council, to Student Government for ratification, and to
Advisory Board for final sanction, go rules not to smoke on the colonnades before
dinner, as well as suggestions for the "pepping up" of dorm social life. An interesting
thing done along that line this year was the open-house given for freshmen trying to
select rooms for next vear.
G. Miller, E. Dole, O. Werme, K. Steelquist
M..L. Imrie, E. Schoonmaker, M. Glass
kJURELY you remember that among the tangle of words presented you at Freshman
Registration were some which were to the effect that registering as a student of Sim-
mons College was the acceptance of the principles of the Honor System. You nodded
your head, or asked the Junior Sister if you should sign anything quite so legal-sound-
Later you found that that statement was a promise neither to give nor to receive
aid in any quiz or examination, nor to use any source material without explicitly
noting the source. The duty of Honor Committee is to educate the student body to the
proper observance of Honor Code and to deal with any violations of the code in the
academic field. The Committee is comprised of four Seniors and three Juniors elected by
Student Government Council, with the President of Student Government as member
J. Dodge, A. Muhlenberg, M. Peters, L. Schwarzwaelder
M. Glass, M. L. Imrie, J. Burt, H. Deacon, P. Stowell
ITHIN Dormitory Council there exists a Dormitory Board composed of ten
members. Before this Board come the students who have disregarded or been mistaken
about dormitory regulations.
The Vice-President of Student Government is Chairman of the Board, while under
her are three Seniors, two Juniors, one Sophomore and one Freshman elected by the
Dormitory Council; the President of Student Government and the chairman of Honor
Committee are members ex-officio.
M. L. Imrie, J. Burt, E. Schoonmaker
Miss MacGregory, Miss Mesick, Miss Wilkinson, Mrs. Brackett
Dormitory Advisory Committee
MARY LOUISE IMRIE
HIS committee, whose name brings merely a vague association with Student
Government Council, was formed for the purpose of aiding that body with its dormi-
tory problems. It is composed of the Dean, three members of the instructing staff who
are graduates of the college, appointed by the President, and three members of the
Student Government Council.
All dormitory rules and questions proposed by Student Government are referred
to this Committee, which discusses them freely. On the basis of the opinion expressed
in these meetings, the Dean accepts or rejects the proposals submitted.
D. Liberman, E. Dole
. ARKING back again to another day — or another age — we see ourselves drinking
deeply at the fountain of knowledge, the Freshman Bible, promising ourselves that,
among other things, we would, of course belong to Academy — it would be so nice to
wear that distinctive blue and gold ribbon on cap-and-gown occasions.
But it is the exceptional student who passes into that august body. However, we
hear that the teas and open meetings around the fireplace in North Hall have been
extremely interesting with College instructors, outside speakers or members leading
E. Gill, B. Hart, E. Cook
Ann Strong Student Club
HE Ann Strong Student Club, bearing the name of the first director of the School
of Nursing, is still in its infancy, having been organized only in 1933 as a club for the
students in the Nursing School. It is a strong connecting link between the upperclass-
men who have donned their student nurses' uniforms and black stockings, and the
"youngsters" who are still caring for test tubes instead of patients.
N. Nakashian, M. Bentley, G. Leonard
Arts and Crafts Guild
HE Arts and Crafts Guild is one of the newest organizations in point of time, but
it has already made a name for itself. Its purpose is to develop hobbies in art and handi-
craft work and to provide enjoyment and teaching in these fields.
A unique system of club organization has been worked out, based on the old
Guild idea. The membership is kept small and new members are admitted as appren-
tices for a three-months' trial. If they still desire to continue, they may then become
full members, with increased opportunities for learning.
The Arts and Crafts Guild has established a reputation for unusual entertain-
ments. Some of the more important of these have been a photography lecture, a
marionette show, and a most interesting lecture and demonstration by Dahl, well-
known cartoonist for the Boston Herald.
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A. Boerke, M. Jones, S. Olsen, M. Olds
Christian Science Organization
HE purpose of the Christian Science Organization is to bring about a greater
realization of friendship and cooperation among the Christian Scientists of the college,
to share the joys which result from the theory and practice of Christian Science and
to offer to all an opportunity to learn its doctrines.
Weekly meetings were held this year, with different speakers from the Board of
Lectureship of the Mother Church at Boston.
M. E. Rudolph, A. Williams
G. Taylor, M. Morss, M. Silva
MARY ELLEN RUDOLPH
Chairman of Program Committee
jl OR those -who have forgotten for what that mystifying name, 020, stands, we
explain that it is a Librarian's way of saying Library Economy. At any rate, that is the
only abacadabra about the club; for the rest, the club is organized to further the social
relationships among Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students in the Library School,
and to increase their professional interests by contact with librarians and literary
A. Lansing, L. Charlton, J. Else, M. Fogler
TONE are the days of the shorn and drawn-back locks, the borrowed tight-
hipped trousers and the squeaky, clod-hopper shoes — or at least so it would seem from
the flying start to which the Dramatic Club got off this year with its annual All-
College Play. Will wonders never cease!
The Torchbearers (we are coming to salient facts) was given in cooperation with
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dramashop. And we who saw it must
admit that the boys did seem quite a bit more at home in their togs than the girls
have of previous years. The affair was a great success and the college pleads for more.
By George Kelley
Mrs. Paula Kitter Elizabeth Hogerty
Mrs. Duro Fampinelli Kama Steelquist
Mrs. Nellie Fell Carol White
Miss Florence McCrickett Janice S. Piper
Mrs. Clara Sheppard Florence McQuarrie
Jenny Mary Ivemy
Mr. Frederick Kitter Frederick Clafee
Mr. Huxley Hossefrosse Rufus P. Isaacs
Mr. Spindler .- . . David Morse
Mr. Ralph Twiller Robert Pastene
Teddy Spearing Myron Cantor
Mr. Stage Manager Edgar B. Taft
Repertory Theatre December 7, 1935
C. Quessy, M. Parker, C. Blaney
M. Burchstead, B. May, F. Waterhouse
Ellen Richards Club
CTOBER brings out the "irritation feeling" in Ellen Richards members and it is a
common sight to see these Science students walking through the halls with a strainer
of boiled spaghetti and a test tube full of "peeled" grapes. Why? Initiation.
But Ellen Richards girls are more than mere addicts to boiled spaghetti initia-
tions. They have monthly teas at which prominent speakers present topics of scientific
Ellen Richards was not, as one might think, a graduate of the Simmons Science
School. The club is named, instead, in honor of the first woman to graduate from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. And we all agree that that was, and perhaps
still is, a feat.
V. Ritchie, V. Gerrish, J. Beach
)OTH the School of English and the English Club are yet young; upon the heels of
the introduction of the school came the club, founded two years ago primarily for the
students in the new school.
Until this year the English Club was concerned merely with teas and speakers,
but now it has a real purpose in life — to bring forth a bigger and better Per-Simmons
twice a year. This year's first effort was rewarded with oohs and ahs, as well as (much
R. Harris, R. Williams
Chairman for Freshman Dormitories
_T ORUM brings a great variety of speakers to the dormitory students who grasp,
from these talks, all the different views on current questions. History and social condi-
tions seem to have the most interest to the girls as they hear first the background of the
Italo-Ethiopian situation, and then the plans going into effect in the East Boston
Slum Clearance project.
V. Freeman, A. Winn, H. Jeffry, S. Pease
D. Schoeffler, M. Kingsbury, R.Shaffer
Home Economics Club
HIS club aims to acquaint students with the professional openings in the Home
Economics field. But we'll wager that the dormitory students' most vivid memories of
the club are the 9:30 food sales, swamped by hungry students, and the mending service
— buttons so much, rips, another so much, and hems a little more.
In the club itself there are monthly meetings at which graduates frequently speak
of their experiences in the business world, and there are trips to commercial production
The income from dues, food sales, catering, and the newly-established mending
service enable the Club to affiliate with the Massachusetts, New England, and Na-
tional Home Economics Association, to send a delegate to the National Convention,
to create a scholarship for a worthy Home Ec student, and to hold an annual banquet
for new members.
D. Rogers, M. Stewart, L. Taylor, I. Tanner
F. McCullough, J. Tuller, M. Kyle
LUCY ELLEN TAYLOR
HE Microcosm staff is composed of members from each class, who devote con-
siderable time and effort to the creation of a suitable record of the year's round of
activities here at Simmons. It is aided in this endeavor by Student Government Associ-
ation which stands back of the yearbook in the event that subscriptions, the annual
dance, and contributions from college organizations should not be sufficient to make it
This Mic has been made possible through the cooperation of our subscribers, the
innumerable suggestions of Miss Burnett and Miss Sutherland, and aided bv the guid-
ance of our faculty advisor, Mr. Sypher. For all this help, we express our thanks.
B. Locke, I. Maletz
C. Berkman, E. Goren, P. Ashkenazy
HE Menorah Society at Simmons aims to bring the Jewish students into closer
contact with each other and with the Jewish student body of other colleges. It further
aims to promote the study of Jewish ideals and culture.
The social program this year consisted of a series of teas, a formal dinner dance
and a formal dance. Joint meetings were held with the various Menorah groups as
well as a series of dances in conjunction with the Intercollegiate Menorah Association.
A connection was established with the New England Council of Avukah, which has
very obligingly assisted in planning a discussion of Jewish problems — past, present,
E. Coyle, C. Moynahan, H. Deacon, E. Gainey
LL Catholic students at Simmons are automatically members of Newman Club,
which is in turn an active member of the New England Province of the National
Federation of College Catholic Clubs.
At the monthly teas held in the Lounge, lectures were given bv prominent priests.
Besides these monthly meetings at Simmons, there are others held on the second
Sunday of every month at various nearby colleges. During the college year there were
Communion Breakfasts, a bridge party, and the annual Formal Dance.
V. Ritter, C. Dickerman, M. Quigley, V. Chase, K. Steelquisc
-USICAL ASSOCIATION has sung lustily this year under the direction of Mr.
Ring and the first date on their program was the Christmas Vesper Concert in the
candle-lit Refectory. After that came the medieval carol chorus at Olde English
Dinner, when the girls dressed in dark blue serge "things," wore red caps and scarves,
and carried candles as well as tunes.
There is always a joint concert, of course, and the boys of the "other half" just
crowd in to help make it a huge success. This year the University of New Hampshire's
Male Chorus lent their vocal support.
E. Paddock, F. Bennett, H. Schwall, A. Burns
HE Peace Society at Simmons College was conceived at our first Strike for Peace
held on April 12, 1935. We who took part in that dramatic gesture wanted to organize
a club where we could carry on peace education and peace action throughout the year.
When the American Student Union was formed at the national convention in
Columbus, Ohio, during the Christmas vacation of 1935, the members of the Peace
Society unanimously decided to join it. They realized that the fight for peace was not
to be won without working also for freedom, security, equality, and justice, the
principles for which the A. S. U. stands.
May the students of Simmons College obtain an ever-growing insight into the
implications of the society in which we live and learn to make an intelligent contribu-
tion to it!
V. Gerrish, A. Curran, J. Beach, E. Olen
Jj ROM amalgamation to independence and back to amalgamation! At least that is
the very, very brief history of Per-Simmons, first published in 1931 as a literary supple-
ment to News, given magazine form in 1932, though still remaining a supplement.
It finally became independent in 1933 and this year fell into the hands of the Eng-
Under the new management, Per-Simmons came forth twice during the year,
changed considerably in make-up and editorial policy.
M. Cannell, V. Ritchie, D. Higginson, R. Simon, B. Elder, B. Paragallo, M. Higginbotham
R. O'Rourke, C. Berkman, B. Osborn, I. Brody
Jl OETRY Club, in spite of its aesthetic-sounding name, is no refuge for the haunted,
high-brow souls — it is, rather, a gathering of girls who enjoy hearty discussions on
poetry, good readings, and occasional lapses into the metric medium themselves. Thev
bring forth many clever things for both News and Per-Simmons.
Meeting twice a month, on Mondays, the students interested in this field, hear
their own members, faculty, or outsiders give highlights on the different angles in
poetry and poets. Mr. de Mille has been a true friend and advisor to the struggling
young seekers after the Muse, and members are deeply grateful to him for his interest.
D. Brown, V. Chase
DOROTHY W. BROWN
HEN a student leaves her high school troop to enter college, she does not have
to say goodbye to the Girl Scout spirit. Here in Simmons through the Scout Club's
outdoor hikes, teas and speakers, she can retain her hold on its wholesomeness and
This year, between teas and hikes and week-ends at Cedar Hill, the Scout Club
has spent quite a bit of time cooperating with the Scouts of several settlement houses.
A. Curran, J. Patterson, E. Byer, L. Card
M. Daly, H. Barr, E. Olen
HEREVER there's a crowd at 3:11 Thursday, behind it is a fast-dwindling pile
of News copies. The weekly paper is popular for its presentation of the news of the
week, feature stories about the most inconceivable subjects, and the most recent ad-
dition, a short story.
There are quite a few changes in this year's make-up and editorial policy, most
notable of which were the larger size, the fashion notes, the more dignified social
news and the above-mentioned short story.
The social climax of the year was News Dance, held at the Hotel Statler on the
unique date of February 29.
E. Conway, M. Biggin, V. Gray
A. Burns, F. Bennett, A. Muhlenberg, M. Glass
Social Activities Committee
FAY BENNETT, Chairman
HE Committee on Social Activities has completed its first year at Simmons with-
out having carried out all of the plans which were made at its inception. It has, how-
ever, made great strides in fulfilling its main purpose, to improve the social life of the
The informal Wednesday night dinners for faculty guests, the exchanging of
students between campus and the freshman dorms at dinner, and the informal house
dances are among the innovations which have been placed on a firm footing this year.
There is no doubt that the Committee will continue to keep on the look-out for
occasions when it may step in and make a real contribution to the lives of Simmons
F. Cartland, J. Else, B. Currier, E. Mussels
OlMMONS Unity Club is open to students and faculty of all Protestant faiths. Its
purpose is to bring together all students of liberal religious ideals, to promote friend-
ships, and to stimulate the exchange of beliefs and opinions in regard to religion,
national affairs, and life. Unity Club holds its meetings on the third Monday of the
month, at which time an outside speaker addresses the group and then ample time is
reserved for a bit of sociability among the students and guests.
Activities of the club are not limited to the monthly meetings. Several times a
year there are conferences with prominent speakers and round-table discussions held
under the auspices of the Boston Unitarian-Universalist Student Council, of which
the Simmons Unity Club is a member. In the spring, the club holds its annual formal
V.Grala, M. Bentley, M.Fogler, E. Carlson, R. Harris, R. Browne, R. Worthy, E. Boyer
P. Ford, K. Steelquist, F. Bennett, E. Paddock, E. Merriam
Y. W. C. J.
HE Y's activities have been ever so varied this year — from teas to religious con-
ferences, and from picnics to evenings at the Stuart Street Y.
This organization reminds the History student of the maxim of the eighteenth
century philosophers who took "all knowledge to be their province." While the Y
makes no such grandiloquent generalizations, there does seem to be a resemblance in
that their interests also are wide. Psychology, social adjustment, good sportsmanship
and sound thinking are but a few of the problems with which the Y deals.
N. Nakashian, V. Farrar, G. Leonard, P. Clayton
M. Bentley, Miss Gardner, D. Schoeffler, R. Cummings
MARION B. GARDNER
HE Poster Committee has full responsibility over all the posters which decorate
the front hall and, at the same time, announce and remind the student of future social
This year the posters for the weekly Assemblies have been especially noteworthy
and we shall look forward to seeing many of them entered in the annual Poster Con-
test, which the Committee holds in the spring.
M. Holmes, J. Sale, E. Ray, J. McGrath, J. Burr
Simmons Athletic Association
HE athletes of Simmons have been going in for a combination of athletics and
social activities and nothing could have been more appropriate than S.A.A.'s Winter
Carnival dance. It was held in the Refectory which, under the tons of winter sports'
equipment, lost every resemblance to a regular dining-hall.
But social activities are not all — and S.A.A. members are ardent ping-pong,
hockey, archery, basketball, swimming and riding fans. One thing which added
quite a bit to the sporting element of the club was the Faculty-Student Ping-Pong
M. Holmes, J. Else, P. Shattuck, B. May, J. Burr, M. Esty, E. Ray, G. Boorhby, R. Closson, H. Perry
D. Baessler, H. Perry, R. Closson, P. Ballou
G. Booth, J. Sale
M. Holmes, J. Else, L. Burner, E. Dole, D. Baessler, J. Burr, G. Boothby, MgivR. Closson, H. Perry
J. Else, H. Perry, Mgr.; D. Baessler, R. Closson, M. Holmes
C. Berkman, L. Butkus, D. Crawley, Mgr.; C. Smith, P. Ballou
H. Badger, Afgr.; L. Butkus, P. Ballou, D. Craw ley
M. Ivemy, L. Watts, M. Eggleton, Mgr.; E. Austin, E. Ray, P. Wheble, M. Dolan, L. Sheldon,
E. Lyons, A. Lansing
D. Brown, L. Sheldon, E. Lyons, E. Ray
M. Ivemy, P. Wheble, J. Sale
P. Shattuck, V. Beal, B. Bonney, J. Tighe, M. Conley, E. Cooke, J. Kenway, M. Esty, Mgr.,
G. Booth, M. Hadlock, J. Gwyer
M. Esty, E. Cook, M. Hadlock, G. Booth, Mgr.: G. Tanneyhill
M. Cantoni, P. Shattuck, M. Conley
E. Carlson, L. Murdock, F. Waterhouse, R. Closson, R. Seaward
B. Vialle, M. L. Imrie, B. May, First Mate; M. Whelon, M. Vialle, R. Searle, B. Heller
A. Tutko, A. Barrv
D. Gridley, J. Burr, M. Eggleron, M. Pirr
BEST CLASS SPIRIT
Mary Louise Imrie
Georgiabelle Taylor g«
June sixth through June eighth, 1936
SATURDAY, JUNE SIXTH
4:00 Garden Party Campus
4:45 Daisy Chain The Colonnades
5:45 Class Day Supper Campus
8:00 Informal Dance Woodland Country Club
SUNDAY, JUNE SEVENTH
3:00 Service The Auditorium, The Riverway
Sermon by the Reverend Arthur L. Kinsolving
Rector of Trinity Church, Boston
4:30 Reception by President Beatley for Alumnae, Seniors and their
friends South Hall
MONDAY, JUNE EIGHTH
11:00 Commencement exercises Symphony Hall
Address by Dorothy Canfield Fisher
2 :00 Senior Luncheon The Refectory
Chairmen of Commencement Activities
From, WINIFRED BURNS Class Day, ELIZABETH BOWEN
Senior Luncheon, DOROTHY ROGERS
Freshman House Dances
Senior Hobo Party
Senior Transfer Tea
Old English Dinner
S. A. A. Informal
Alumnae Tea for Seniors
Dormitory Council Party
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